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[Amazon.ca] Amazon - Clover Leaf Tuna in Olive Oil - 24 Count - $24

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[Amazon.ca] Amazon - Clover Leaf Tuna in Olive Oil - 24 Count - $24

Read about this tuna on here some time ago. Regularly retails for ~ $35.00 for 24 tins. Periodically it goes on sale for $24 then goes out of stock for a while. It is now back in stock and on sale. Excellent product, excellent protein. Please note the size as this is not the larger cans, but a good size for a quick lunch or snack and very tasty in olive oil.
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Nice. Great timing with the free mayo thread. hope the olive oil isn't too spicy
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Thank you for sharing this deal. I’m much more active these days so this will be helpful.
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Take note this is Skipjack, instead of the Yellowfin which is usually inside this particular packaging.
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Recoil wrote: Take note this is Skipjack, instead of the Yellowfin which is usually inside this particular packaging.
There are substantial differences in taste between the 3 common varieties (Skipjack, Yellowfin and Albacore). Unfortunately for me I don't much care for Skipjack, which is usually cheapest. Or Flake tuna of any kind, which is basically the scrapings off the floor when they are done packaging the Solid and then the Chunk.
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Can you buy the water one and then remove water and then put oliveoil? Lol
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12 years ago, my Tunisian roommate made me taste Tuna in olive oil.

Holy Jesus, that was a revelation i got there.

Never ate Water tuna after that
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Thanks OP.....I like these.... I just open a can and pour it over bagged salad and boom 30 second lunch
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They had the Unico 198g cans of tuna in oil at No Frills for $0.99 at No Frills last week (they're $1.47 I think this week).

That's more than double the amount of fish.
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Single-serving size. These are great to pack for a lunch ... whenever we get back to commuting where a lunch packing is needed.
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Scote64 wrote: There are substantial differences in taste between the 3 common varieties (Skipjack, Yellowfin and Albacore). Unfortunately for me I don't much care for Skipjack, which is usually cheapest. Or Flake tuna of any kind, which is basically the scrapings off the floor when they are done packaging the Solid and then the Chunk.
Albacore tastes the best but alsonhas highest mercury content. I choose skipjack if I want more than one or maybe 2-3 days later again. Supposed to wait at least week for albacore.

Depends on how you like your tuna or how you are making it with regards to flaked, chunk, in water etc.

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